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Euro-Asian History of Religions

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  • Käte Hamburger Kolleg
  • Under a Serpent's Spell
  • Gods, Heroes and Cults in Bronze Age Central Asia
  • Negotiating Co-existence of the Buddhism, Vaiṣṇavism and Śaivism
  • Interferences between Theology and the Sciences in the Formation and Diffusion of early Islamic cosmological Models
  • Attractiveness through Ethics. Interactions between Jewish, Hellenistic-Roman and Christian Ethics in Antiquity
  • Attractive Ethics
  • The New Testament and Mystery Religions
  • Changes in the West Phoenician "pantheon" due to cultural contacts with Greeks and Etruscans and the dominance of Carthage (6th-4th cent. B.C.)
  • The Introduction of Liturgical Poetry into the Karaite Prayer Book
  • The Reception of Hindu Religious Thought in Muslim India, with a Focus on Dārā Šikōh’s Majma‘ al-baḥrayn
  • The Virgin Mary and the Expansion of Spanish Christianity in the Old and New Worlds (10th - 17th Century)
  • Mediterranean Courts as Centers of Interfaith Encounters in the Middle Ages
  • Doctrina Machumet
  • The Conceptualization of a European History of Religions from a Comparative Perspective
  • The Dialogical Dimension of Confucianism as a Religious Tradition
  • Conceptualization of Religion in the Enlightenment
  • Characteristics of the Concept "Jonggyo"(Religion) and the Network of its Related Concepts in Modern Korea.
  • Genealogy of Religious Discourse in Modern Japan
  • The Axial Age
  • Society without "Religion"?
  • Una sit religio
  • Reconfigurations of the Order of Knowledge through Contact with "Western Learning" in Korea's Early Modern Period
  • Purity and Impurity in the New Testament with Special Consideration of the "Cleansing of the Temple" and 1 Corinthians
  • Diversity in German Jewry in the 19th century
  • Gush Emunim and Hamas
  • Sakralisierung und Desakralisierung in der arabisch-islamischen Sprachkultur im 20. Jahrhundert
  • Säkularisierung und Weltlichkeit
  • Die Bedeutung des Bibel- und Talmudkommentars Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaqi (Raschi) für das lateinische Christentum
  • Zur Konstitution und Identitätslogik der klassischen normativen Systeme Chinas
  • Studien zur interreligiösen und interkulturellen Genese der Sunna
  • Jewish Warriors in Distant Lands
  • Portuguese Encounters with Buddhism in the 16th and 17th Centuries
  • Dynamics of Text Corpora and Image Programs
  • The Impact of Central Eurasian Religious Traditions on European and Asian Religions
  • Attraktion und Repulsion in religiösen Bildakten
  • The Evolution of Religious Ideas as Symbolic Markers
  • The Sacral Kingship as an Antetype to the Ancient Mystery Cults?
  • Taoism, Meditation and the Wonders of Serenity
  • Mission Encounter and the Formation of China’s Local Knowledge of Religion
  • Buddhist Narratives in Central Asia and China
  • The Scripture within the Scripture
  • Re-creating Religious Tradition in Northern Iraq
  • Osiris in the Religious Field in the later Roman Empire
  • The Pahlavi-Literature in Its Context
  • Borders of Orthodoxy and the Charm of False Learning in Korean Confucianism
  • Institutionalisation of Islam in Germany
  • Sensory Devotion and Inter-religious Encounters
  • Nyang ral nyi ma 'od zer's (1124-1192) Codifications of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism
  • The Dimensions of Sound in Islam
  • Seeing, Touching, Holding, and Tasting Sacred Texts
  • The Neo-Sannya Movement in Western Germany in the 1970s and 1980s
  • Senses and Metaphysics in Korean Confucianism
  • Religion and Labor
  • The Hellenistic Buddhism of Asia
  • Self-Reflection in the Transmission of the Rival’s Message
  • A Comprehensive Survey on Babylonian Jewry in the Sasanian Era
  • Traces of Monotheism in the Material Culture?
  • When two Religious Traditions interact
  • The Golden Legend
  • Sinophilia, Historical Writing, and Political Propaganda in Eighteenth-century England
  • Structure and Interpretation
  • Religion of the Third Reich
  • A Conceptual History of Religion in Ancient and Medieval China
  • The Significance of Purity/Impurity as an Internal or External Attribution in Medieval Christian-Islamic Relations
  • Religious Globalization
  • Transformationen buddhistischer Selbstrepräsentationen im globalen Kontext
  • Westrom und Ostrom
  • Taming Demons
  • Muslims as Heretics in Spanish Medieval Sources
  • Orthodox Christian and Islamic Anti-Westernism from a Comparative Perspective
  • Iskandar the Prophet
  • How to exhibit Religion?
  • Transformation of Traditional Indigenous Religions of Siberia under Buddhist and Esoteric Influence
  • Discourse Comparison
  • Angels’ Tongues and Witches’ Curses
  • The Labyrinth of Jericho
  • Process Anthropology
  • JewsEast
  • The Visualization of the Dharma
  • Diffusion of the Worship of Ancient Mesopotamian Deities along the Trade Routes
  • Jerome, the "Old" Testament and the Jews
  • Martyrs, Mystics, and Muslims in the Medieval World
  • Typology of Religious Contacts in the Old Testament
  • Freethinking in Arab and Islamic History
  • The Development of the Concept of "Religion" from an Intercultural Perspective
  • "Spiritual Confucianism"
  • Kontinuität und Transformation antiker Religionen im Christentum
  • Tradition and Redaction in the Book of Numbers and Their Impact on the Formation Process of the Pentateuch
  • "Those who say that everybody can be saved in his/her own Faith"
  • The Logic of Gomyō
  • Late Antique Religious Literacies between the Eastern Mediterranean and North-Africa
  • Analysis of the Visual Language of the Buddhist Reliefs from Andhra, their Roman Elements and what Distinguishes them from Gandhara
  • The Ten Lost Tribes
  • Dynamics of the Religious Field in the Context of Early Buddhism
  • The Modern, the Anti-Modern and the Religious
  • The Forming of Purity Conceptions in the Torah and in the Book of Ezekiel as Precondition of a Cultural and Religious Basic-difference in early Judaism
  • Bon, Buddhism and the Coproduction of Religion in early Tibet
  • Legendary Accounts and Buddhist Monasteries
  • Trade Networks and the Early Transmission of Buddhism throughout and beyond South Asia
  • Fate. History and Facets of a Religious Concept in Modern Times
  • Catholic Missions in the Early Modern World
  • Argument to the Senses in Post-Avicennian Dialectical Theory
  • Patterns of Buddho-Confucian Interactions in Premodern Korea
  • Komparatistik und Theorie der Religionsgeschichte
  • A Place at the Altar
  • The Theatrical Space of Beliefs
  • Die Verfügbarkeit des Unverfügbaren
  • Otherness and Seafarers’ Religion
  • Immanence and Transcendence in the Aesthetic Representation of Sleep from Antiquity to Modern Times
  • The Evolving of the Distinction between Transcendence and Immanence as triggered by Intra- and Interreligious Encounter
  • Divine Transcendence and Immanence in Antiquity
  • Creating an Incorporeal Empire
  • Immanent Transcendence?
  • DiGA
  • BuddhistRoad
  • Nyang ral's Codification of rNying ma Literature and Ritual
  • Divine Kingship in Medieval Sri Lanka
  • Sharing Common Figures, Notions and Concepts
  • From Orthopraxy to Orthodoxy – Christian Influences on Yezidism in the Diaspora?
  • Traditional Religions of the Desecularizing State
  • Forced Migration and Emergent Identities in a Networked Age
  • The Buddha and the Drum
  • Humboldt Research Award
  • Uyghur Donors and Old Uyghur Texts
  • Traditionsbildung im tibetischen Buddhismus
  • Imperial Preceptor Chos rgyal ’Phags pa Bla ma as a Tantric Adept in the Mongol Yuan Dynasty
  • The Colours of Idolatry
  • Forging Identity and Shifting Boundaries
  • Hittite Texts and Greek Religion
  • Shared Sacred Landscapes and Social Forgetting in Cyprus and Turkey
  • The Concepts of “Tradition” and “Purity” in Interactions between the Catholic and Orthodox Churches of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (late 16th – 17th centuries)
  • Jews, Judaism, and their Imaginaries in Late Antique and Early Medieval Georgia
  • Christian Systems of Knowledge and the Historiography of the Tagalog Religion
  • Bar Hebraeus at the Mongol City of Marāgha
  • Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq and Ādāb al-falāsifa in Context
  • Sufi Tariqah in Contemporary Muslim World / Naqshbandiayh Sheikhs and Ideas in Western Sumatra
  • The Desert Origins of God
  • Religious Garment in the Jesuit Mission to Japan
  • Intra-Religious Encounters and Formation of the Religious Field in the Post-Soviet Central Asia
  • Reading Avicenna and Studying Plants in the Deccan
  • Dhimma: The Status of Protection in a Mediterranean and Asian Context
  • Plants, Magic & Medicine in the Indian Ocean and the Work of Garcia de Orta
  • Mapping Modern Magic(k)
  • A Place of One's Own
  • Inter-Religious Contact in Early Modern Polish Livonia
  • Buddhist Diversity and Inter-regional Connectivity in Southeast Asia
  • Religious Encounters between Jews and Reformed Christians
  • Evolution and Present Dynamics of Conflicting Religious Cosmologies in East Tibet
  • Gender, Islamic Normativity and Cultural Critique in the Arab Region
  • Debating Authorities
  • Early Modern Visual Systems of Religious Encounter
  • Tradition Building Processes among the Kagyüpas
  • Entangled Rituals in Late Antiquity
  • How to Negotiate “Sacrifice” and “Idolatry” in Religious Encounters
  • Local Religion Meets the Ideals of the Elite
  • Die Sprache der Neo-Sannyas-Bewegung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in den 1980er Jahren
  • The Conception of the Soul in Early Medieval China
  • Mapping the Global Middle Ages Through Computer Simulation
  • The Formation of Mahāyāna Buddhism
  • Religiosität und religiöse Indifferenz als "zweite Natur"
  • Linked Data Methodologies in Gandhāran Buddhist Art and Texts
  • Early Buddhists and their Ascetic Others
  • Demons, Evil, and Illness in the Babylonian Incantation Bowls
  • An Enquiry into the Development of the Dzogchen Tradition in the Commentaries of the Tibetan Scholar Nubchen Sangye Yeshe (10th Century)
  • Religious Conversions between Asia and Europe
  • Unfulfilled Prophecy and False Prophets in the Old Testament and its Cultural Environment
  • ‘You Are Twinned with the Spirit’
  • Spice as Soteriology
  • Religion and Identity in Hungary and the Iberian Peninsula
  • The Emergence of Religious Pluralism in Ancient Rome
  • The Mongol Empire and the History of Religion
  • A History of Religious Contacts between Jewish and Muslim Mysticism throughout the Ages
  • Vom „Dach der Welt“ nach Deutschland?
  • Intertextuality in the Transmission of Rational Traditions in the Religious Science of Islam from Safavid Iran to Northern India in Early Modernity
  • The Interchange of Western Christmas Practices with East Easian Religions
  • ’Religion‘, ‘Religions’, ‘Religiosity’ and the Hindu-Catholic Encounter in Goa
  • Monotheism and Globalization
  • The Zoroastrian Cult and Doctrine of Fire
  • Forging Faith
  • Encounters of Christianity with Korean Religions during 1875 - 1915
  • Syriac and Malayalam Sources
  • The Prophecies of Agaton in the Context of Other Medieval Apocalyptic Traditions
  • The Prohibition and the Survival of Christianity in East Asia in a Regional Perspective (17th to 19th Century)
  • Meanings and Symbology of the Sense of Smell in some Zhiguai Texts
  • Religious Transfer and Cultural Diversity in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia and Beyond
  • Jesuit Missions in South Asia during the 16th-18th century
  • The Expansion of Buddhism in Central Asia
  • Ghost Images of Modernity
  • The Figure of the “Great Goddess” in the Near Eastern and Egyptian Contexts
  • The Circulation of Divinities
  • Politics and Religion Between the 8th and 11th Century in Central Asia, Tibet and Song China
  • Mutual Adaptations and Borrowings in the Relationship Between Buddhism and Daoism in Medieval China
  • Mantra and Dharani in the Religious Traditions of Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism
  • Römische Kultur, Religion, Literatur und Kunst im Zeitalter des Augustus
  • Postsecularism in European and Asian Contexts
  • Bio-Politics, Public Life and Sovereignty: Focault, Arendt and Agamben
  • Biblical Prophet and Confucian Sages
  • Rnying ma Transmission in the Tangut Empire
  • Artistic Media as Religious Attractors
  • The Power of Ritual
  • The Cult of Astare in Egypt
  • The Gospel of John and "the Jews"
  • Formation and Diffusion of the Karaits
  • Religious Pluralism and Contention in Chosŏn Korea
  • Religion as a Culturo-Immunological System
  • Othering, Otherness, and the Other in the Avestan Texts

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